Posts Tagged ‘metabolic type’

 

On The Road in Europe

The last few weeks have been extremely busy. Two weeks ago I flew to Copenhagen to teach two workshops for CHEK Europe at Fitnessdk in Nygardsvej. I taught two workshops, ‘Program Design’ and ‘Scientific Core Conditioning’. I had a class of 22 very keen personal trainers and it was an enjoyable, yet information packed three […]

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Prolapsed Discs Upate – Part 1

If you’ve been reading my blogs for a while, you may remember that I prolapsed two discs in my lumbar spine back in June 2013. Back in August last year I began blogging about my recovery and I promised I would follow up in the future to keep you posted of my progress. Well, the […]

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Hormones & Fat Loss – Part 2

OK, in Part 1 of “Hormones & Fat Loss”, I discussed the role Leptin plays in controlling hunger and how sugars may cause Leptin resistance and over-eating and fat gain. In this post, I will be discussing the role of insulin… Insulin is a hormone produced by the Pancreas to help regulate carbohydrate and fat […]

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Why Exercise & Diet Might Not be Enough to Lose Weight – Part 2

In part one of this post, I explained how diet and exercise may not be enough to achieve weight loss. I also explained that the human body is under more stress than it can handle. In this post, I will explain why stress is an issue, why this often requires patience and what you need […]

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Why Exercise & Diet Might Not be Enough to Lose Weight

Do you exercise regularly and eat a good, healthy diet and still unable to lose weight? Here at BodyCHEK, I sometimes see this in a minority of my clients and it is frustrating for them because they are led to believe by the mainstream media and indeed the medical community that if you exercise regularly […]

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  • FINALLY…TECHNIQUES FOR BETTER POSTURE

    Top UK CHEK Practitioner and Health Coach Leigh Reveals Insider Secrets The Orthopedic Surgeons Don’t Want You to Know.
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